Nguyen’s solution: Mini decks of playing cards called “PartyPal drinktags.” Guests get a tiny plastic card/tag – say, a jack of hearts – and adhere it to their drink container.
Self-publishing these days is increasingly a tale of two cities.
At some point in the near future you’ll wear out those running shoes, break that squash racket, drop your smartphone and crack the screen.
A food scientist has cracked the secrets of the world’s most expensive coffee, Kopi Luwak, whose beans pass through the intestinal tract of an Indonesian civet before being roasted and savoured.
According to the Consumer Expenditure Midyear Update from Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the average American household’s restaurant spending has increased to the point at which it last was in 2008.
Velte, 50, now creates fun full time.
If we want to grow our economy, we must remove government-imposed barriers to honest enterprise at the city and state levels.
Silicon Valley Bank, which provides the wine industry with commercial banking services, predicts the fine wine business will see sales growth of 7 to 11 percent this year amid a looming grape shortage.
Homeowners who deferred maintenance and improvements during the recession may soon start to spend more freely.
Seeing potential in the product and brand, the two women began working on the concept in 2007, at a time when Rachelle and husband Kenji had an infant (Stella, now 6) and a toddler (Sam, now 9) at home.